Capital Works Project Manager

Capital Works Project Manager

GPT Group | Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, AU

Posted 15 days ago

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Description


Requisition ID 14245 - Posted 08/01/2023 -  GPT Workplace (1)  - Asset Management - Permanent Full Time

Get to know GPT: We’re The GPT Group – a leading Australian ASX listed, diversified property group that owns and actively manages a$33billion portfolio of high quality office, logistics and retail assets across Australia. GPT undertakes four core business activities. We invest in, develop and manage Australian real estate assets and funds to create value for our stakeholders in a sustainable way. GPT is at an exciting stage of evolution and growth across our portfolio.

Our talented people are central to GPT’s ability to deliver on our strategy and generate value for our stakeholders. Their passion, expertise and capability drives our business activities and shapes our strong culture. Our ability to attract, engage and retain a motivated and empowered workforce is central to our success. At GPT we foster an inclusive and high performing work environment that provides our people with valuable wellbeing, flexibility and development opportunities.

Due to growth, we are currently seeking the services of a Capital Works Project Manager to work across building infrastructure upgrades across several of GPT’s assets in all sectors of the business to be based in our Sydney office.

The Role

As part of a national team, the Capital Works Project Manager manages strategic planning, financial management, coordination and delivery of operational capital works projects up to $10M for GPT managed assets in all sectors of the business including; Office, Retail and Logistics across NSW.

The role ensures projects are delivered safely across all properties and in accordance with GPT policies and procedures. 

What you will be doing
identifying capital projects and initiatives in line with the assets annual budget and business planning cycle and ensuring all capital project briefs prepared by the assets are fully considered regarding the project requirements.
Planning and delivery of allocated projects at allocated asset(s) including management of all procurement, contract negotiations and resourcing including engagement of external Project Managers (if required)
Creation of project budget, tracking & procurement of project costs, and management of forecasting and programming of planned capital and future costings, variation management
Participate in the development of the design and review processes to ensure that all services and delivered are in line with the portfolio design briefs and that services are fit for purpose.
Managing the delivery team to drive program of works.
Managing contracts for projects, conducting contract negotiations with contractors.
What makes you stand out

Your significant prior experience as a tertiary educated Project Manager, within the property industry or construction industry with proven experience managing multiple programs of works over multiple projects combined with well-honed negotiation skills and the ability achieve set goals.

Your excellent understanding of building codes and regulations, coupled with an ability to manage teams and stakeholders in order to achieve deadlines and objectives.

You own advanced financial skills with a highly developed and practical understanding of life cycle assessment; capital expenditure and project forecasting and management.

You will also need exceptional communication skills and have strong skills across the MS Office suite, SAP, MS Project and SharePoint.

This role would suit an experienced Project Manager who has worked across multiple projects with the building infrastructure space who is solution oriented and wishes to grow their career within a leading property management company.

What make us stand out
Gold ranking in Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) for LGBTQ+ inclusion.
Awarded Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) Employer of Choice for the fourth consecutive year 2021 - 2023.
Accredited Family Inclusive Workplace™ in 2022
Commitment to diversity, inclusion, health and wellbeing of our people.
Diverse and challenging career opportunities across the Group with Learning & Development team dedicated to helping you reach your full potential.
Competitive remuneration and salary packaging options.
Discounts on gym memberships, health insurance and corporate superannuation plan.
Recognition Awards and Education Assistance.
Flexible and hybrid working environment including tailored hours, remote working, career breaks, study leave, generous paid parental leave and leave purchase plans.
What are the next steps?

If this role sounds like you then we want to hear from you! Click on ”Apply” to submit your formal application and Mandy McComb form the Talent Acquisition Team will be in touch.